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The Howl

by Bob Wolfman

Drawing from a wide array of styles, Bob Wolfmanhas created a collection of songs that reflects his different influences, ranging from Rock, Jazz, Funk, Pop, and of course Blues.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Whispers
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2. The Howl
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3. Walk On the Water
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4. Isn't She Lovely
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5. Wont Go Thru It Again
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6. Size A'dat Thing
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7. Starry Night
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8. Folks On the Hill
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9. The Little Ones
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10. Blues for Jasper
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11. Sunrise
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12. All Mixed Up N\' Stuff
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Boston Globe says of Wolfman “Simply one of the best guitarists in the U.S. today! Great vocals too!”

“A force to be reckoned with, Wolfman has blistering technique and plays with an intensity and refinement that speaks to his deep musicality.”
Joyce Kulhawik
Arts and Entertainment reporter
www.joyceschoices.com
10/27/11

“Bob Wolfman brings his potent guitar to bear on both classic covers and his own material and he does it with class and a certain reckless abandon. He’s worked with the best and it shows!”
~ Dana Westover, Johnny D’s

“The true test of any band is the live performance. You have it all – great musicianship, vocals, and stage presence…With your credentials, I had high expectations, and I was so pleased that you not only met, but exceeded them. You have such a warm, outgoing personality that your audience can’t help but connect and enjoy… If you have a mailing list for upcoming gigs, I hope you’ll add me to it.”
~ Dee Stone

The sound that emanates from a stage when Wolfman is on it is richly layered, and even the most-recently converted listener cannot help but admire his technique. This guy is good. Really good. Jazz, rock, and blues come together on the few strings of Bob Wolfman’s guitar where, under the influence of his talented hands, they are cohered into a bigger and better sound that will have your ears tingling and your feet moving.

The life of a struggling musician in the urban grit of the early 1970s surely helped to put the ‘soul’ in his sound -- playing with the legends Joe Beck, Chick Corea, Sanborn, Grover Washington Jr. and jazz-fusion pioneer Larry Coryell (who is also Wolfman's mentor and lifelong friend) didn’t hurt either. A Berklee College of Music graduate, Wolfman possesses a formidable and winning combination: talent and technique.

Besides Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Jeff Beck; Wolfman also fell under the spell of blues greats BB King and Muddy Waters. Steely Dan is another obvious influence -- some of the music that Wolfman plays best are songs by Steely Dan. One listener once wrote he liked Wolfman's version of "Pretzel Logic" better than the original! That’s high praise indeed.

As front-man for his own band "The Bob Wolfman Band", Bob still finds time to perform regularly with a host of the finest musicians around on the East Coast, including his former mentor Larry Coryell. Much to the delight of his fans, he's just released a long awaited new CD called The Howl. Drawing from a wide array of styles, Bob has created a collection of songs that reflects his different influences, ranging from Rock, Jazz, Funk, Pop, and of course Blues.

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